Ken Armstrong is an investigative journalist for The Seattle Times who, with his writing partner, exposed how a community’s blind embrace of a college football team compromised judges, prosecutors, police agencies, an entire university and the media. We discuss his book Scoreboard, Baby.
Matt Harrison is the founder and president of the Prometheus Institute—an organization to enhance political engagement for policies that advance freedom. We discuss activism like we see in the Occupy Wall Street movement and DIY Democracy.
Maria Korolov is an expert on China and the COO of the China Speaker’s Bureau. She discusses China’s evolution she observed during her 5 years living there described in her book A Changing China.
Steven Beschloss is a journalist who believes America’s problems are smaller than the rest of the world, but believes we need to be jolted out of complacency and motivated to bold action. We discuss his thoughts from his book Adrift.